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No Update on Fan Entry Yet as NASCAR Announces the Race Schedule for Coming Weeks

Published 06/05/2020, 1:34 PM EDT

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Yesterday, NASCAR announced another lot of races scheduled for the coming months. The new schedule has 23 races starting from the last week of June.

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Earlier, NASCAR released a list of races to be run till the third week of June. And the update released on Thursday starts from the succeeding weekend at Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania. The track will host two Cup Series races back-to-back on June 27 and June 28. Additionally, it will host an Xfinity Series, ARCA, the Truck Series race.


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Check out the full list here.

After that, the series will move to Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the highly anticipated doubleheader with the IndyCar series in the first weekend of July. The race will be followed by races at the Kentucky Speedway, the All-Star Race, and a race at the Texas Motor Speedway.

Additionally, the announcement confirms that the All-Star Race will be on July 15 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Will NASCAR allow fans to attend the upcoming races?


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NASCAR has announced a list comprising of 23 new races. But it’s still not clear if fans will be allowed in the stands or not.

In the recent announcement, NASCAR didn’t reveal if spectators will be allowed at any of the events. However, organizers of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Kentucky and Kansas all have made a statement revealing that their events would not have fans. Top NASCAR executives have not made any public announcement on the topic. However, NASCAR’s Steve O’Donnell posted a tweet hinting that NASCAR will allow spectators in the coming weeks.


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He said, “Nothing better than seeing the most passionate fans in sports at the track. When we get back in the Fall I hope it is a sellout!”


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After that, reports are coming that the race in Miami-Homestand might allow a few spectators to watch the race live on a trial basis. But the officials have still not made any such announcement.

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Mrinal Kuniyal


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Mrinal Kuniyal has been a contributor to EssentiallSports since early 2020 and has focused on Formula 1, NASCAR, and IndyCar. He's a management graduate and his areas of interest include motorsports, marketing, and music.
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